Education is very important to me, not just for our children, but for our elders, young adults, workers, and those seeking to develop new knowledge, skills, and capabilities – the concept of public education is founded within our First Nations oral history, and it could be argued, pre-dates [...]
If you owned a hardware store, and it was the only business in town, but you refused to open your doors or let people work there – even though there was plenty of demand for your products and many people ready to work – you’d expect some local people to be pretty upset, wouldn’t you? […]
I heard a large bang first, then I saw the colours drip through the green emerald sea above me. “What is that” I thought to myself. I went up to investigate. So strange, a rainbow in the emerald green salty sea that was my home. I went to play with it. Ouch! The rainbow stung […]
“The War to end all wars” – we said, and we lied Not knowing how many children would be sacrificed to die ”The War to end all wars” – we did plead! Oh, how our nations would suffer and bleed “The Great War” it was named; oh, the blood that was spilt The tides of […]
This is my final blog for the Welfare Food Challenge. Thank you everyone so much for your comments.
I am nearing the end of the Welfare Food Challenge and I am almost out of food. Using the remainder of the chicken, rice and carrots, I made a soup. It’s time to Raise the Rates in BC. No one should go hungry.